'Lost Girl 6' Original Ink Painting

Johanna Wilbraham

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The unframed painting on paper, held up against the studio wall.
full image of ink portrait 'Lost Girl 6'
an image showing the portrait on paper, photographed at an angle. You can see the torn paper edges and a white desk behind.
the full image of this portrait
a close up of the painted detail

This piece is a unique original ink painting from the 'Lost Girl' series - a collection which explores the boundaries between representation and abstraction. I am interested in the ways that we can 'lose' the image through experimental and fluid mark-making. These faces emerge from splashes of diluted ink and pools of moving water in a limited colour palette of soft browns and black.

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This is an original unframed ink painting on 640 gsm Canson heritage watercolour paper.

The paper size is 30 x 35.5 cm and it has hand-torn paper edges.


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Johanna Wilbraham stands in a light-filled studio in front of a series of portraits.

Johanna Wilbraham

east London

I'm Johanna - a painter fascinated by that magical place between abstraction and representation. My portraits appear to emerge from watery depths of paint, between splashes, drips and pools – created with layers of poured paint.

Alongside a passion for experimental mark-making, I am curious about the way we look at and represent women in particular. In a world dominated by the male gaze, I'm interested in the female one, as well as strength, vulnerability and diversity.